Publicly acknowledge someone as a participant in the production of (something published or broadcast)
the screenplay is credited to one American and two Japanese writers
Ascribe (an achievement or good quality) to someone
he is credited with painting one hundred and twenty-five canvases
Add (an amount of money) to an account
this deferred tax can be credited to the profit and loss account
Believe (something surprising or unlikely)
you would hardly credit it—but it was true
The ability of a customer to obtain goods or services before payment, based on the trust that payment will be made in the future
I've got unlimited credit
The money lent or made available under such an arrangement
the bank refused to extend their credit
he was exceeding his credit limit
An entry recording a sum received, listed on the right-hand side or column of an account
A payment received
you need to record debits or credits made to your account
Public acknowledgment or praise, typically that given or received when a person's responsibility for an action or idea becomes or is made apparent
the president claims credit for each accomplishment
A source of pride, typically someone or something that reflects well on another person or organization
he's a credit to his mother
An acknowledgment of a contributor's services to a movie or a television program, typically one of a list that is scrolled down the screen at the beginning or end of a movie or program
the closing credits finished rolling
The acknowledgment of a student's completion of a course that counts toward a degree or diploma as maintained in a school's records
a student can earn one unit of academic credit
A unit of study counting toward a degree or diploma
in his first semester he earned 17 credits
Acknowledgment of merit in an examination which is reflected in the grades awarded
students will receive credit for accuracy and style
The quality of being believed or credited
the abstract philosophy of Cicero has lost its credit
Favorable estimation; good reputation
John Gilpin was a citizen of credit and renown
give someone credit for something; "We credited her for saving our jobs"
recognition: approval; "give her recognition for trying"; "he was given credit for his work"; "give her credit for trying"
money available for a client to borrow
accredit: ascribe an achievement to; "She was not properly credited in the program"
accounting: enter as credit; "We credit your account with $100"
an accounting entry acknowledging income or capital items
Debit and credit are formal bookkeeping and accounting terms. They are the most fundamental concepts in accounting, representing the two sides of each individual transaction recorded in any accounting system. ...
Casino credit is a marketing tool that, when used appropriately, can result in significant casino revenues. Casinos such as the Bellagio, Caesars Palace, The Mirage, and the Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort rely heavily on casino customers who gamble on credit. ...
In general, the term credit in the artistic or intellectual sense refers to an acknowledgement of those who contributed to a work, whether through ideas or in a more direct sense.
A course credit (often credit hour, or just credit or "unit") is a unit that gives weighting to the value, level or time requirements of an academic course taken at a school or other educational institution.
Credit is the provision of resources by one party to another party where that second party does not reimburse the first party immediately (thereby generating a debt), but instead arranges either to repay or return those resources (or other materials of equal value) at a later date. ...
A fictional currency is currency in works of fiction. The names of such units of currency are sometimes based on extant or historic currencies (e.g. "Altairian dollars" or "Earth yen") while others such as "Kalganids" may be wholly invented. ...
Recognition and respect; Acknowledgement of a contribution, especially in the performing arts; A written title shown with a film or video; A privilege of delayed payment extended to a buyer or borrower on the seller's or lender's belief that what is given will be repaid; A person's credit ...
(Credits) At least one component of every accounting transaction (journal entry) is a credit. Credits increase liabilities and equity and decrease assets.
(Credits) Units that institutions use to record the completion of courses of instruction (with passing or higher grades) that are required for an academic degree. ...
(CREDITS) Opening names in a film or TV show; also refers to one’s performance experience listed on a resume or in a program.
(Credits (Social Security Credits)) Previously called "Quarters of Coverage." As you work and pay taxes, you earn credits that count toward your eligibility for future Social Security benefits. You can earn a maximum of four credits each year. Most people need 40 credits to qualify for benefits. ...
(Credits) Numerical unit(s) earned towards graduation for completion of a specific course.
Credits are awarded to students who achieve specific outcomes at each level of study. To graduate with an Ordinary degree students need to achieve 360 credits.
(Credits) Reductions of tax liability that Congress has decided should be allowed for various purposes to taxpayers who meet the qualifications. Some credits are refundable; that is, the IRS will send the taxpayer a check for any amount in excess of the tax liability. ...
(Credits) The Video Poker Machine keeps track of the coins deposited and accumulated as winnings. These are shown on the credit meter. For example, if you deposit $10 in a 25 cent machine, you will receive 40 credits.
(Credits) in video poker, a credit is equal to a virtual coin. If you are playing a dollar game, each credit is worth a dollar, in a quarter game each credit is worth a quarter. To go for the maximum payout, you need to bet the maximum allowed number of credits per hand.
(Credits) A list of your publications or other writing qualifications, often included as part of a query.
Tax credits are the best tax break you can get. They are subtracted from the amount of tax you owe dollar for dollar. If you owe $1,500 in federal taxes and are eligible for a $500 credit, your tax bill is $1,000 after the credit is applied. ...
(credits) from The Pink Album, released 18 February 2010